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Valley's Blue Curacao
One of the bluest hostas we have seen!...very intense blue heart-shaped leaves with well defined veins and a smooth texture create an open clump. Pale lavender flowers.
Valley's Lemon Squash
This new introduction of Jeroen Linneman of Hosta Valley fame is going to excite many collectors. This is a great yellow seedling from a cross of two pycnophylla seedlings. The leaves have a wavy margin and also white back. the petioles have also a purple colour.
Jeroen gives us a new sport from H. 'Deane's Dream' with a creamy-yellow border. The gray-blue leaves display large gentle waves and almost fold in places. Stunning color combination and the form of the clump is star-like. Great substance. Great substance. Don't miss out on this one!
Valley's Red Scorpion
Shiny dark green leaves with a rippled margin. The red color of the petioles goes far in to the leaf. An impressive Dutch hybrid from Jeroen Linneman.
Sport from 'Red October'...blue-green leaves sport a white border on a medium-sized clump. Lavender flowers.
Valley's Vanilla Sticks
Light blue leaves make an elegant, tight clump. Purple petioles and flower scapes with lavender flowers.
Slightly cupped dark green leaves, have a creamy-yellow border on this 'Dorothy Benedict' x 'Northern Lights' hybrid.
Seedling out of 'Venetian Blue' has elongated blue leaves with a very wavy edge and good substance.
New sport of 'Venetian Blue' has long pointed frosty blue leaves with a narrow narrow, rippled, white margin. The upright clump cascades back toward the ground. Late in the summer lavender flowers appear.
This hybrid offers heavily rippled margins, deep blue foliage, and an arching mounded growing habit. Great looker!
venusta 'Dwarf Form'
Small green leaves areslightly wavy on this great venusta selection.
venusta 'Ki Nakafu Otome'
Tiny yellow leaves are framed with a green border. By the end of the season the leaves usually are all green.
Small rounded green leaves, identical to 'Thumb Nail', nice but not really different.
sport from H. "Whirlwind" (named after the hybridizer?s father) makes a medium-sized mound of shiny dark green leaves that have a narrow irregular yellowish "lightning bolt" center. Too much shade and the center will turn green. Lavender flowers appear midseason
Huge variegated sport from H. ‘Elatior’...very large dark green leaves have a wide creamy-yellow border and are held upright. Topped with lavender flowers.
Huge oval to nearly round blue-green leaves stand upright on this giant hosta. Leaves have glaucous bloom top and bottom, are lightly corrugated and deeply veined. Light ruffling and some cupping is also evident.
This little guy forms a fairly flat, pinwheel-shaped clump of pointed blue-green leaves with a yellow border. Good substance and vigorous grower.
Tetraploid form of H. ‘Paradise Island’...thicker leaves and a wider border makes for more contrast and the upright leaves showoff the cherry red petioles with the color reaching up into the leaves. Lavender flowers .
Sport from 'Captain Kirk' has creamy-white leaves with dark green margins. Golden-yellow streaks occur along the interior margins where the white and green overlap. Vigorous growth rate and pale lavender flowers.